How to Get the Money Continued: CSS Profile 101 Part 2
So you've already done the FAFSA, and your own normal CSS Profile, but there's more?? This set of videos is a second part of a series on the CSS Profile for certain scenarios and students. Specifically, we'll cover the noncustodial CSS Profile (if your college requires it) for students with separated or divorced biological parents. We'll also cover how international parents, document uploads and waivers, and independent students affect the CSS Profile and noncustodial profile. We'll go through a demonstration of the noncustodial profile and how to match it with your own CSS Profile. The videos also highlight mistakes to avoid, tips and resources to help you navigate this financial aid application if your college requires it!
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